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Troublemakers: Chicago Freedom Struggles through the Lens of Art Shay opens Sept. 17. The Gage Gallery exhibit is curated by Roosevelt Associate Professor of History Erik Gellman.
John McDonald, professor emeritus of real estate and author of a new book on Chicago's economic history, will discuss his work at the Sept. 16 Gerald Fogelson Forum on Real Estate.
Pharmacists from throughout the Midwest were trained this month at Roosevelt's College of Pharmacy on how to do point-of-care testing for strep throat, the flu and other basic assessments. The training was offered in conjunction with the National Association of Chain Drug Stores.
Members of Roosevelt's Black Chicago HIstory Forum will commemorate the 100th anniversary in September of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History,a national group that got its start in Chicago.
Roosevelt alumnus Daniel Smrokowski and students and staff in the University's Academic Success Center were front and center this summer in advocating for Americans with disabilities
While the heroin-use crisis in Illinois and the nation continues to grow, the state is falling alarmingly far behind the rest of the country in providing treatment for users who need help in overcoming addiction, a new study by Roosevelt University shows.